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Kamala Sarup: The Phases Of Woman

The Phases Of Woman: Why The 5 Year Old Is Eternal

By Kamala Sarup

It has been my destiny to have been raised by a very large "group" of women all over the world. They have, since I was very small, cooed, whispered, screamed and spoken a number of their innermost thoughts to me over years.

Most of them, I might add, are quite powerful and since they involve becoming a independent women. This is, of course, only possible if a woman is quite virtuous and "good" throughout her entire life, utterly beyond the realm of the possible for most females. How some great women achieved their unique Gift is one of Life's Great Mysteries, akin to Einstein's various insights and stunning revelations in 1905 and thereafter.

Since almost all Males are utterly clueless about Females, I, on occasion, attempt to share my various insights with other Possessors. Most women cheerfully wave me off saying that they already know all they need to know about their power.

Nonetheless, one of the Great Eternal Secrets about Women is that no matter what Age they achieve, be it 17 or 107, they fixate and remember when they were 5 years old. Why this is so is the purview of the Almighty. Ask God in other words. I am merely quite certain it is so, since I have accompanied 2.5 elderly women on their inevitable attempted journey to become a woman.

In their babblings on their traveling struggles, they always returned to the time in their lives when the World was new and Life was just beginning. Butterflies and flowers, birds and evergreens. Forests and fields. And all was Magical. It is one of the charming things about women.

"For almost one year now I have adored some talented women, the worldwide celebrity known for their performance art and ability to create...various items.

The reason North Carolina has been so intensely popular this last year (2005) is that the Marines from Camp Lejune were in the horrible and despicable Iraq War launched by maniacs in the White House. War Booty pure and simple. It has nothing to do with Research Triangle Park, Carey, or Pinehurst No. 2. Think keeping our women and men in uniform safe and sound from Ali the Bombmaker (cousin to Omar the Tentmaker). War Booty. I should have known". said John Schrab.

We can heartily recommend and highly do so some talented women mastered by our society. Our society can make women like a powerful things. They are probably merely who work for the people.

My recommendations to women are simple: listen to your problems. They care about you if for no other reason than they are "responsible" for you. Most of them love you well, if not always wisely, and almost all do the very best they can. Parents and children sometimes have a hard time understanding each other. So do brothers and sisters. Families can be, well, complex and difficult. But blood is blood and kin is kin.

We are all, I believe, formed by a variety of things: our genes, our families and where we grow up, how we conduct ourselves as human beings, our womenhood experiences, good and not so good, our education and where we got it, our jobs, our hobbies, and our friends.

Plus there are phases to life which more or less everyone goes through. This led to many amusing and interesting interludes in women's life, but the important thing is that there are different parts of life.

For women, work and strugle are something we choose as a way of expression according to our desires, budget and purposes. We have used a lot of different styles over the years and check out others, mostly blacks and women who are into the groove, to see what is popular.

"Some generations are born to create, others to maintain a civilization" Third Wave, March 1980, page 439 (Bantam Books Pocketbook)

In return, how about putting in a good word to the women, whom we always seemed to be on a first name basis with, about two things who have paid their life for enthusiasms in espionage:

War is easy and accomplishes change. There will always be wars to cover as long as there are human beings. To forgive, truly forgive, is very difficult. Note the word "forgive" and not "forget". There is a difference.

"Tis the season to be jolly, look forward and begin preparations for Footie 2006, aka World Cup. Peace, love and happiness to all of you". John Schrab further added.

Mother, Love you

Kamala Sarup is an editor of

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